Bethel Public Library
189 Greenwood Avenue, Bethel, CT 06801
203-794-8756 Fax 203-794-8761
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NAME: (LAST) (FIRST) (INITIAL)
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EMERGENCY CONTACT NAME:
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Why are you interested in volunteering at the Bethel Library?
In general, volunteers are assigned to assist with shelving books and other materials, keeping books in order on the shelves, and assisting with clerical and technical tasks in the various departments.
From time to time the Library needs volunteers to meet specific needs. Please indicate the areas that interest you. Not all volunteer positions listed here are available at all times.
Working with children Assisting with Summer Reading program
Working with teens Working with technology
Teaching basic technology skills Teaching a craft
Office work Maintain Library Scrapbook
Assisting with book sale Working in Book Cellar book store
Assisiting with garden maintenance Delivery of materials to homebound patrons
What skills or abilities do you have to bring to a volunteer position?
Please tell us your schedule preference:
Weekly for regularly scheduled tasks Occasionally for special projects
Days and times available:
you be able to work evenings or weekends?
If you have had work experience, please briefly describe what you did and for how long.
If you have had volunteer experience, please give the name(s) of the organization(s) and briefly describe what you did and for how long.
Note: Library volunteers are not covered under the Town’s Workers’ Compensation policy because they do not meet the definition of employees of the Town. If injured, I will look solely to my own medical insurance or other insurance of mine to pay for the treatment of my injuries.
I understand that I am not covered by a Worker’s Compensation policy while volunteering at the Bethel Public Library.
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Please note: Under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), if requested, the Bethel Public Library must disclose the names/email addresses that are provided for the purpose of receiving email fliers and newsletters. Information provided to receive overdue notices and hold notices via email is confidential by law and is not subject to FOIA. If you have any questions, please contact the Library Director: 203-794-8756 x6.